Progress in Several Complex Variables





October 21-25, 2019                                      KIAS 1503

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The conference goal is to give an account of recent progress in some classical questions in several complex variables. There will be 6 lectures of 2h 30 each, on a topic where some progress has been made recently. The lectures will be educational. They will be given by Bo Berndtsson, Damian Brotbeck, Peter Ebenfelt, Jun-Muk Hwang, Michael Kapovich and Ngaiming Mok. There will be also a few shorter lectures and time for discussion.




Invited Speakers

   Bo Berndtsson (Chalmers University of Technology)

   Damian Brotbek (Ecole polytechnique)

   Young-Jun Choi (Pusan National University)

   Fusheng Deng (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)

   Peter Ebenfelt (University of California at San Diego)

   Kengo Hirachi (University of Tokyo)

   Jun-Muk Hwang (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)

   Jae-Cheon Joo (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals)

   Michael Kapovich (University of California, Davis)

   Ngaiming Mok (University of Hong Kong)

   Erlend Fornæss Wold (University of Oslo)



Organizing Committee

   Sung-Yeon Kim (CMC, KIAS)

   Nessim Sibony (Orsay/KIAS)




   Hyunjun Seo(